The goal of Encyclopaediae Pokémonis is to be just as international as Pokémon itself, and helping aspiring Pokémon wikis in languages we don't yet have is a great way to help achieve that goal. However, if we don't even know who the possible aspirers for Encyclopaediae Pokémonis's ninth language even are, there's no way any growth can take place. If you speak or understand a language that's currently not represented in Encyclopaediae Pokémonis and happen to find a wiki in that language with aspirations to join Encyclopaediae Pokémonis, then don't hesitate to drop me a line. Remember, an aspirier can't grow if they remain sheltered from the world!
If you understand Brazilian Portuguese, or know someone who does, then the Portuguese arm of Encyclopaediae Pokémonis is in desperate need of your assistance. Many, if not all, of that wiki's articles are in dire need of improvement, be it massive cleanup or even adding some real content to begin with. Their sysops are never around to handle things, and their interwiki bot has done nothing since late September--of 2008. The fact that a trusted member of Encyclopaediae Pokémonis has fallen into such disrepair is disturbing, to say the least. Brazilians do not deserve quality this low. If you can help improve the Portuguese end, then I highly recommend you do so. Today.
For my episode guide for the Pokémon portion of the Robot Chicken skit Bloopers!, click here.
For my episode guide for the Robot Chicken skit Pikachu Secret, click here.
If you want to see the odds I put on Pokémon making the new Johto Pokédex in the GS remakes, click here.
This is a listing of the competition standings of Total Drama World Tour. Updates will be made as per the American airings; no spoilers, be they Canadian, Australian, gun-jumping, or anything else in nature, are to be reflected.
The team listing for anyone placing 8th or higher in the final TDWT standings is the team that character was on prior to the dissolution of the teams.
The final competition has been completed; these are the final results.
The actual name of the team denoted as "Team Chris" in the below tables is actually "Team Chris Is Really Really Really Really Hot". Needless to say, the full name would really stretch the table, hence the use of a shortening.
If you, for some odd reason or another, feel Alejandro got slighted, you might want to check out Cartoon Network Video--they've got a version of the final episode with an alternate ending. Can't guarantee you'll be satisfied after seeing how that ending plays out, though...